Outside The Lines
Daily Fantasy Rebrand: 8/28/16
OTL examines the rebrand of daily fantasy sports and looks back at The Undefeated's town hall discussion on athletes, responsibility and violence.
Equal Justice: 8/26/16
Outside the Lines discusses the rights of those accused of sexual assault on a college campus and of a coach who was fired for reporting a sexual assault.
Equal Justice?: 8/25/16
Athletes accused of sexual assault say they're denied due process by Title IX. A new sexual assault case closely mirrors the Stanford rape trial earlier this year. OTL discusses that and more.
Rebrand & Conquer: 8/24/16
OTL explores the rebranding of daily fantasy sports. Plus, Muhammad Ali's wife discusses a volunteering initiative she started in her husband's memory.
Addiction's Power: 8/23/16
Today on Outside the Lines, we'll discuss how addiction holds power over athletes. Guests include Darryl Strawberry and Chris Washburn.
Conduct & Punishment: 8/22/16
OTL examines the NFL's suspension of Giants K Josh Brown after a domestic violence charge that was later dropped. Plus, more on Baylor's expected discipline of WR Ishmael Zamora for abusing his dog.
Equal Justice?: 8/21/16
There is a rapidly growing body of lawsuits from men who claim univeristy Title IX investigations are rigged against them.
Lochte Mess: 8/19/16
Olympian Ryan Lochte's story has changed and now he's issued an apology. Today on OTL, we review the events and discuss what this means for Lochte's future.
Cold Shoulder: 8/17/16
Four NFL players are declining to cooperate with a league investigation into their alleged steroid use, OTL discusses. Plus, heartbreak, fury and euphoria for the Irish in Rio.
Expecting The Unexpected : 8/15/16
OTL discusses the latest round of controversies out of the Rio Olympics. Plus, the son of a minor league coach killed by a line drive gears up for the Little League World Series.
Outside The Lines: 8/14/16
This OUTSIDE THE LINES SPECIAL REPORT examines Donnovan Hill's impact on youth football reforms after suffering a catastrophic injury playing Pop Warner at age 13.
Olympic Gender Testing: 8/12/16
Today on Outside the Lines, we discuss how sports is still trying to define gender for competitors who produce high levels of testosterone.
Olympic Views: 8/11/16
Are some stories of triumph at the Rio Olympics being told from a sexist point of view? Also, Erik Kramer tells the harrowing story of his attempted suicide.
Remembering John Saunders: 8/10/16
John Saunders, one of the familiar on-air faces of ESPN for nearly 30 years, passed away Tuesday evening. OTL reflects on Saunders' life and shares the story of how former NBA star Rasheed Wallace is helping the citizens of Flint, Michigan.
Cold War Of Doping: 8/9/16
American swimming gold medalist Lilly King has not been shy about her feelings towards athletes who are caught doping. But is what she is doing poor sportsmanship? OTL discusses that and more.
HOF Game Canceled: 8/8/16
OTL discusses the field issues at the Hall of Fame that caused the game to be canceled. Also, a discussion on the legacy of Alex Rodriguez after his release from the Yankees.
Suicide Survivor: 8/7/16
One year ago, former NFL QB Erik Kramer checked in to a hotel, pointed a gun under his chin and pulled the trigger. Kramer miraculously survived and now shares his story with OTL.
The Evolution Of Michael Phelps: 8/5/16
This Olympics is possibly the final act of Michael Phelps' legendary career. He explains in an unusually candid interview his story.
Hullabaloo At Texas A&M: 8/4/16
OTL discusses the sexist presentation that has two Texas A&M coaches suspended without pay. Also, a new twist in the Russian doping scandal.
The Baylor Code: 8/3/16
OTL looks at whether Baylor's student conduct code could have discouraged accusers from reporting assaults. Plus, a report shows a striking lack of female leadership in sports.
A Shot At Redemption: 8/2/16
USA Track & Field runner Tyson Gay's reputation was battered after he was banned from the sport for a year for a doping violation. Gay joins OTL to talk about his comeback.
Worth The Risk : 8/1/16
OTL discusses whether the Cowboys' decisions to sign controversial players is worth the gamble. Plus, there are more issues for the Australians as they get settled in in Rio.
Olympic Spirit: 7/31/16
OTL tells the stories of Olympians that lost out on top-place finishes to opponents who were doping, Ibtihaj Muhammad's road to Rio and more.
Early Retirement In The NFL: 7/29/16
OTL discusses the increasing amount NFL retirements in players 30 and under, plus a report that USA Football's "Heads Up" program overstated its ability to reduce injury in youth football.
Rio's Readiness? : 7/27/16
With leaking pipes, exposed wiring and debris, Olympic organizers are scrambling to complete construction. Also, an E60 profile of U.S. gymnast Simone Biles.
Athletes Taking Action: 7/26/16
On the same day that Michael Jordan donated $2 million to community/police relations, Carmelo Anthony held a summit in L.A. to enhance those relationships.
The Great Escape: 7/25/16
Michael Jordan speaks out on the recent shootings and the IOC decides against the ultimate sanction for Russian athletes. That and more on today's OTL.
After The Fall: 7/24/16
In a yearlong investigation into a fistfight between two friends and high school basketball players that left one dead, OTL examines what happened after the fall.
NBA's Protest Move: 7/22/16
OTL examines the NBA's decision to move the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte due to House Bill 2, which limits anti-discrimination protections for the LGBT community in North Carolina.
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